Rev. David Schilling is a Senior Advisor at the Interfaith Center on Corporate Responsibility (ICCR), where he works with ICCR members and allies to engage corporations, cross-sectoral and multi-stakeholder initiatives on human rights in corporate operations and global supply chains. For the past ten years, David has provided staff leadership for ICCR’s programmatic initiatives on human rights, human trafficking and modern day slavery in the US and globally.
David is currently chair of the Advisory Board of the Global Social Compliance Program, member, International Advisory Network of the Business and Human Rights Resource Centre, RFK Center Compass Education Advisory Committee and the UNICEF CSR Advisory Group and coordinator, along with ICCR members of the Bangladesh Investor Initiative, a global collaboration in support of the Accord for Fire and Building Safety. He also serves on the Steering Committees of the Responsible Labor Initiative of the Responsible Business Alliance, the Leadership Group for Responsible Recruitment, and the Coalition to End Forced Labor in the Uyghur Region. He is also a member of the UN Global Compact Expert Network.
A United Methodist minister, David has worked as Assistant Dean of the Chapel, Stanford University; worked closely with Cesar Chavez helping to build support within the religious community for the farm workers struggle for justice while serving as a minister in northern California; co-directed the Riverside Church Disarmament Program in New York City and was program coordinator of the Fellowship of Reconciliation-USA.